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Acropolis Agora Alabastron Argive Heraion Argolid Asine Athens Attica B-III band handle base biconical body bottom Bronze brown clay burial carinated Chamber Tomb chips cist grave closed pot concave Cycladic decoration deposits dromos earlier Early Helladic Eutresis ewer examples excavations fabric flaring flat foot Fountain Fragment preserves fragmentary Furumark gray at core Gritty handmade Hesperia horizontal Ialysos Ill A:2 incised Knossos Korakou krater kylikes Kylix Late Helladic Late Neolithic Lerna loop handles matt Mattpainted Mended Middle Helladic Minyan Mycenae Mycenaean neck North Slope open bowl paint parallel pattern period Phylakopi pierced Pinkish buff clay pithos pottery probably Prosymna Pylos Red Burnished red slip restored in plaster ribbon handle Rim Fragment Sesklo shape sherds shoulder skeleton slightly small fragments spiral spout stem Stoa surface Three-handled Jar traces Type upper vases vertical handle wall Yellow Minyan Zygouries
Page xviii - Blegen, Korakou, a Prehistoric Settlement near Corinth (Boston and New York, 1921), p.
Page 9 - Holmberg, The Appearance of Neolithic Black Burnished Ware in Mainland Greece, AJA 68 (1964) 343-348]: AJA 69 (1965) 160-161 [revised date for Vinca A: 4425±60 BC].
Page xix - Scholes, K.: The Cyclades in the Later Bronze Age: a synopsis.
Page 52 - Helladic periods and on the fact that "the volume of pottery was enough to attest habitation ... it provides the most ample and indeed almost the only evidence yet available for habitation, as distinct from burial, within the area later occupied by the Agora or its immediate environs. Even within the thickness of the prehistoric deposit appeared...
Page xix - AXEL W. PERSSON, The royal tombs at Dendra near Midea, L/und 1931, S.
Page xviii - George E. Mylonas, Ancient Mycenae, the Capital City of Agamemnon, Princeton, 1957, fig.
Page 20 - It is uncertain how the Thessalian elements reached Athens. There must have been a ready exchange back and forth between the Gulf of Volo and the Cyclades, as shown by the profusion of Melian obsidian at Thessalian Neolithic sites and occurrence of scoops of Sesklo type on Keos...
Page 153 - Athens chosen as part of a central Mycenaean plan to defend the whole southeastern part of Greece north of the Isthmus from threatened attack ? The parallel development of fortifications at Athens and Mycenae,406 with their specialized art of Cyclopean or "Pelasgian...
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JSTOR: The Athenian Agora, XIII. The Neolithic and Bronze Ages
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